How to Manage Stress During the School Year

By Aislin Daugherty With the school year in full swing, managing stress is more important now than ever. At a school as large as Ohio State, there are plenty of resources university-wide to keep stress levels down and serotonin levels up. This time of the year is crucial. Before midterms and finals arrive, it isContinue reading “How to Manage Stress During the School Year”

PRSSA Chicago Recap: Benefits of Traveling with PRSSA

by Josie Wadlow In the beginning of November, Ohio State PRSSA organized their first ever trip to Chicago. Members of PRSSA were presented with the opportunity to travel to the “windy city” in order to network and learn more about public relations. The benefits were endless and applicable career searching skills were learned. If youContinue reading “PRSSA Chicago Recap: Benefits of Traveling with PRSSA”

How to Hustle: A College Student’s Guide to Making Money on the Side

By: Angelina Globokar   I received my first paycheck when I was 15 years old. I was working my first job at McDonald’s and had just been handed a check of around $90. I remember staring at it in disbelief. In my 15-year-old brain, this meant I was rich. Over four years later, I amContinue reading “How to Hustle: A College Student’s Guide to Making Money on the Side”

The best TV shows to unwind with after finals

By Gracie Krashoc With winter break approaching quickly, and COVID still impacting our community, some might wonder what they are going to fill their long days with. We should use this time to relax, and a great way to do that is curl up under the blankets with some hot chocolate watching a good TVContinue reading “The best TV shows to unwind with after finals”

The PR skill that goes beyond the workplace

By Megan Hurley PR professionals develop many skills throughout their work experience. From accurate storytelling to strong brand representation, we develop relationships that play an integral role in our careers. As I continue to move through my coursework in strategic communications and my involvement in The PRactice, I am realizing that the lessons learned areContinue reading “The PR skill that goes beyond the workplace”

Best Coffee Shops in Columbus

By Josie Wadlow Most morning routine’s include a cup of coffee. Most people cannot function without it. And if coffee is not a part of someone’s morning routine, then it is likely consumed at some point during the day.  As a college student, coffee is a part of my daily routine. I rely on coffeeContinue reading “Best Coffee Shops in Columbus”

Top 5 Restaurants in Columbus

 Madeleine Roman  As a person who absolutely loves all things food, I decided to share my take on the top 5 restaurants in Columbus. Yes, my picks are going to be the most popular restaurants around, but that just proves they are the best, right?  Northstar Café Starting out with a classic we have NorthstarContinue reading “Top 5 Restaurants in Columbus”

Industry FAQ answered by our professional advisor

We asked our professional advisor, Karen Bailey, to share her top tips and tricks for securing your dream job or internship, polishing your resume, and nailing your next interview. Looking for personal feedback? Make sure to attend Karen’s monthly office hours! What’s the best setting/work area (agency, corporate, etc.) to explore the Public Relations fieldContinue reading “Industry FAQ answered by our professional advisor”

Reasons why you should have a wide range of experience in communications

By Lexi Turner As communications professionals, we write, proofread, post to social media, edit photos, edit videos, send emails… and that’s only the start. The responsibilities may seem daunting at first, but the variation in tasks are what initially drew me to the field three years ago. Typically, a student asks themselves which of thoseContinue reading “Reasons why you should have a wide range of experience in communications”